France proposes age-of-consent rule for Facebook users.
The group said it would carry out operations and showed images of New York’s Times Square and what appeared to be an explosive bomb belt and detonator.
Some tourists have brought their own water to the town as it battles drought.
Civil servants will sacrifice a tenth of their salaries to finance the poll where President Pierre Nkurunziza plans to run for a fourth term.
The case has been thrown out of the courts after the alleged victim refused to testify against the musician in court.
Workers affiliated with unions, Communications Workers Union and Broadcasting, Electronic, Media & Allied Workers Union are demanding a 10% hike.
The South African Council of Churches is urging Zuma not to appeal, saying it wouldn’t be the ethically correct thing to do.
This follows Wednesday’s judgment by the High Court in Pretoria that Zuma be held personally liable for the costs incurred from his failed bid to block the release of the Public Protector's 'State of Capture' report.